Mazda CX-3

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2018 Mazda CX-3

As part of its standard equipment, the 2018 CX-3 gains Mazda’s Smart City Brake Support. New options this year include a heated steering wheel, full-color Active Driving Display and a power driver’s seat with memory. Revisions to the CX-3’s suspension improve handling and comfort while reducing road noise.

2017 Mazda CX-3

Mazda is wisely leaving well enough alone for the most part with its 2017 CX-3. The 18-inch wheels from the Grand Touring model are now standard on the Touring, and Mazda has reduced the price of the i-Activsense safety package by $750.

About Mazda CX-3

Mazda’s 2018 CX-3 is by far the most athletic and fun-to-drive entry in the subcompact-SUV field. Sure, you’ll find more interior space in a Honda HR-V, and more features for less money in the Kia Soul, but neither has the CX-3’s impressive handling or upscale interior. The CX-3 also offers the option of all-wheel drive, something you can’t get with the Soul. The sporty Fiat 500X might also seem a good comparison, but the similarities end when it comes to resale and reliability ratings. Interior space aside, the CX-3 triumphs in the areas of styling, handling, price, safety and resale. For those who love everything about the CX-3 but need more room, a step up to the larger CX-5 may prove a satisfactory solution.

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